Aishwarya   |   Akshay   |   Sanjay   |   Shahrukh   |   Bollywood TV   |   DATABASE   |   FORUM   |   NEWS   |   RINGTONES   |   TAGS

Bollywood Movie Database

Quick Menu

Home arrow News arrow India arrow Smuggling, pornography and prostitution in India
Special News E-news Entertainment Sport
Maximale hypotheek
There are no translations availableWilt u zakelijk gaan investeren? Of staat u op het punt een huis te kopen. Bereken dan zelf snel, makkelijk en overzichtelijk het bedrag dat u maximaal kunt lenen voor een hypotheek. Indien u weet wat u max...
Smuggling, pornography and prostitution in India E-mail
The steal of Indian children for international adoption is illegal under Indian Child organization with some regularity. The size would be relatively limited. According to a 2006 study focusing Indian child and traffickers themselves first and foremost in India itself. They abduct, recruitment and buying children for child labor in agriculture and factories, for sexual services, for organized begging practices for the entertainment industry (traveling circuses, dance and as jockeys for camel races) and forced marriages.
- The kids walk by they do not go to school, a large backlog in their spiritual development. These delays are also no chance to get up, they are not trained and in the eyes of many employees only to work in factories or in rural areas.
- Also by their parents not see the development hindered. The children, many hours per day and when they come home to eat them and go straight to sleep. Contact with parents is minimal. There are also children who rarely see their parents as they sleep and eat in their workplace.
- Through the hard work and little sleep in comparison to work, get the children out. The strength in their body decreases and many children are frequently sick. For the sick there is no or almost no care. Drugs are not and have no hospitals where they can stay if they are sick.
- The children in the factories working full days in a dark room with little fresh air. Because they have so little daylight, they always see worse. - Many children and especially girls are beaten and abused. Their employers to abuse their position and not against children stribbelen.
According to a report of the Department of Foreign Affairs is child trafficking in India is a matter of well-organized networks, which also highly regulated family of the children, but also agents and other government officials belong. Of the 593 districts in India has 378 districts found that there is organized people and kinderhandel.De cross-border people and children have little to do with illegal adoption practices, but especially with women for prostitution. India is the case as an important,''a transit country for Bangladeshi women in Pakistan as a sex slave should act. Even boys from Afghanistan, Pakistan and Bangladesh via India market, particularly in the Gulf States as a child slave act.

The cause of the people and children is not just poverty, as soon as is assumed. It is the emergence of an increasingly wealthy middle class in India, the illegal practices in the map, especially for the sex industry. Cultural factors (marriage, lower status of girls) and political factors play a role. The borders of India are very porous, many officials are corrupt, traffickers are often free.

The Indian government's international aid and Foreign Affairs in Washington have failed to make a fist against people and children. Police and justice act poor, the process is agonizingly slow and the legislation is inadequate to truly be effective. In recent years there are national programs in order for the police to schools in the area of trafficking, but the fruits of this policy have not yet been picked.

According to the organization Save the Children India would have to prepare for new legislation to protect children. The existing laws against trafficking refer especially to women, while the position of children remains underexposed. Problems such as theft of children for illegal adoptions will Indian policy unchanged provisional still regulated by the news.

Only registered users can write comments!